As a citizen in Mr. Ford's district, I must say I'm glad to see him out of office. Although it pains me every time our kids see another of our elected leaders disgrace themselves with public monies. After experiencing this man's dealings in our neighborhood for so long, I had come to the point that I usually left the section for voting for his seat, blank... As blank as the brains of the people who have kept him in office for so long. It's just a shame that the shared southern psychosis with sex had to bring him down and not the usual "selling out thru the jetty all that we've loved about our city" policies practiced by our far more successfully affluent politicians. I guess Mr. Ford may have to now find an honest job to stave off having to put retreads on his oversized limos he's so recognized for cruising down Savannah Hwy.
I saw this play when it was on Broadway and it was bad, as in "not good". The actors tried but the material was flabby. As funny as a palmetto bug in your
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